Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug Prices – when and where to find every bug

By James Billcliffe, Thursday, 25 June 2020 17:03 GMT

Hiding on rocks, between flowers and in the trees, is a whole tiny world of bugs to collect in Animal Crossing:New Horizons! Get your net at the ready, here’s when and where you can find each and every bug and arachnid, along with when they unlock and a list of the Animal Crossing: New Horizons bug prices so you know which to prioritise in your inventory. We’ve updated the month-to-month tables to include the prices of every bug too.

Insects, mini-beasts, creepy-crawlies. Whatever you call them, collecting arachnids and bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons makes up an important part of your island experience. Whether you’re snagging bugs to sell at Nook’s Cranny or to gift to Blathers at the museum, it’s not always about where you look, but when.

Every 4th Saturday throughout the summer, the Bug Off event runs with Flick – so check that out too.

In a brutal turn of events for those of us who can only play when we get home from work, many of the bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons only appear at certain times of day. Even then, some are a lot rarer than others and don’t always spawn.

What’s more, there’s a rotating calendar of scurrying creatures that only appear during specific months of the year.

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How to catch bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons:

With your net – flimsy or otherwise – equipped, you need to sneak up on bugs to catch them. If you hold down the A button, you will ready your net and walk extra-slowly towards your target. Releasing the A button will drop the net on the unsuspecting bug.

There are several types of insectoid critter to find. They can buzz and fly around in the air, crawl along the floor, appear nestled in flowers, under rocks, on the side of different kinds of trees, fall out of trees when you shake them, on tree stumps when you cut them, and even – in the case of the flea – be seen jumping around on villager’s heads.

To aid in your quest in becoming the ultimate entomologist, we’ve collected a table of when, where, and in which month you can find every single bug in Animal Crossing: New Horizons – as well as the prices you can sell the bugs for at Nook’s Cranny.

Special Villager: Flick

Sometimes on your island, a special visitor – Flick the Chameleon – can show up on your island decked out in his finest goth clobber. If you save your bugs for Flick, he’ll pay a 50% higher price than Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny.

We’ve focused on where we live in the northern hemisphere, if you live in the southern hemisphere add six months for which bugs are currently infesting your island!

For a visual representation, this data comes from the following video by YouTuber BeardBear courtesy of some hard-core time travel, we’re sure.

Give the video a watch and their channel a click. It also includes every fish, so to avoid spoilers, start at 2:02 and go until 6:41.

The additional price and location data comes from the Animal Crossing wiki community under CC-BY-SA license, which means you’re also free to use and remix the data as you like. It’s not quite complete yet, but we’ll fill in the blanks as we play.

According to the Animal Crossing Official Companion, some creepy crawlies only unlock after you’ve caught a certain amount of other bugs. We’ve updated the main table to reflect this.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug Prices List

Below is a full list of the months and times of day that you can find all 80 bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Bugs List:
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug list:Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug Prices:Animal Crossing: New Horizons Months Available: Animal Crossing: New Horizons Active Hours: Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bug Locations:Unlocks after catching X other bugs:
Common Butterfly160All except Jul & Aug4AM-7PMFlying around0
Yellow Butterfly160March, April, May, June, September, October4AM-7PMFlying around0
Tiger Butterfly240March, April, May, June, July, August, September4AM-7PMFlying around 0
Peacock Butterfly2500March, April, May, June4AM-7PMFlying around "rare flowers"20
Common Bluebottle300April, May, June, July, Aug4AM-7PMFlying around0
Paper Kite Butterfly1000All8AM-7PMFlying around 0
Great Purple Emperor3000May, June, July, Aug4AM-7PMFlying around 50
Monarch Butterfly140September, October, NovemberN/AFlying around 0
Emperor Butterfly 4000January, February, March, June, July, August, September, December5PM-8AMFlying around 20
Agrias Butterfly3000April, May, June, July, August, September8AM-5PMFlying around 20
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing2500All except March, October, November8AM-5PMFlying around 20
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing4000May, June, July, August, September8AM-4PMFlying around 50
Moth130All7PM-4AMBuzzing around lamps and lights outside (there's usually one next to Residential Services)0
Atlas Moth3000April, May, June, July, August, September7PM-4AMOn the side of trees20
Madagascan Sunset Moth2500April, May, June, July, August, September8AM-4PMFlying around20
Long Locust200April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November8AM-7PMHopping on the floor0
Migratory Locust600August, September, October, November8AM-7PMHopping on the floor20
Rice Grasshopper160August, September, October, November8AM-7PMHopping on the floor0
Grasshopper160July, August, September8AM-5PMHopping on the floor0
Cricket130September, October, November5PM-8AMHopping on the floor0
Bell Cricket430September, October5PM-8AMHopping on the floor0
Mantis430All except January, February, December8AM-5PMPraying on flowers 0
Orchid Mantis2400All except January, February, December8AM-5PMPraying on white flowers20
Honeybee200March, April, May, June, July8AM-5PMFlying around0
Wasp2500All AllCatch in net when they attack you after shaking or chopping a tree0
Brown Cicada250July, August8AM-5PMOn the side of trees0
Robust Cicada300July, August8AM-5PMOn the side of trees0
Giant Cicada500July, August8AM-5PMOn the side of trees20
Walker Cicada400August, September8AM-5PMOn the side of trees0
Evening Cicada550July, August4AM-8AM, 4PM-7PMOn the side of trees0
Cicada Shell10July, AugustAllOn the side of trees50
Red Dragonfly180September, October8AM-7PMFlying around0
Darner Dragonfly230April, May, June, July, August, September, October8AM-5PMFlying around0
Banded Dragonfly4500May, June, July, August, September, October8AM-5PMFlying around50
Damselfly500January, February, November, DecemberAllFlying around0
Firefly300June7PM-4AMFlying around0
Mole Cricket500January, February, March, April, May, November, DecemberAllDig underground0
Pondskater130May, June, July, August, September8AM-7PMScooting on the top of rivers and ponds0
Diving Beetle800May, June, July, August, September8AM-7PMScooting on the top of rivers and ponds0
Giant Water Bug2000April, May, June, July, August, September7PM-8AMScooting on the top of rivers and ponds50
Stinkbug120All except January, February, November, DecemberAllIn bunches of flowers0
Man-faced Stink Bug1000All except January, February, November, December7PM-8AMIn bunches of flowers20
Ladybug200March, April, May, June, October8AM-5PMIn bunches of flowers0
Tiger Beetle1500All except January, November, DecemeberAllCrawling on the floor20
Jewel Bettle2400April, May, June, July, AugustAllSpawns on chopped tree stumps (use axe, not stone axe, to chop down)20
Violin Beetle450May, June, September, October, NovemberAllSpawns on chopped tree stumps (use axe, not stone axe, to chop down)0
Citrus Long-horned Beetle350AllAllSpawns on chopped tree stumps (use axe, not stone axe, to chop down)0
Rosalia Batesi Beetle3000May, June, July, August, SeptemberAllSpawns on chopped tree stumps (use axe, not stone axe, to chop down)20
Blue Weevil Beetle800July, AugustAll0
Earth-boring Dung Beetle300July, August, SeptemberAllRolling balls of dung around0
Dung Beetle3000January, February, DecemberAllRolling balls of dung around0
Scarab Beetle10000July, August11PM-8AMOn the side of trees50
Drone Beetle200June, July, AugustAllOn the side of trees0
Goliath Beetle8000June, July, August, September5PM-8AMOn the side of palm trees100
Saw Stag2000July, AugustAllOn the side of trees0
Miyama Stag 1000July, AugustAllOn the side of trees0
Giant Stag10000July, August11PM-8AMOn the side of trees50
Rainbow Stag6000June, July, August, September7PM-8AMOn the side of trees50
Cyclommatus Stag8000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of coconut trees100
Golden Stag12000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of coconut trees100
Giraffe Stag12000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of trees100
Horned Dynastid1350July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of trees0
Horned Atlas8000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of trees100
Horned Elephant8000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of trees100
Horned Hercules12000July, August5PM-8AMOn the side of trees100
Walking Stick600July, August, September, October, November4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PMFalls out of shaken trees20
Walking Leaf600July, August, SeptemberAllUnderneath trees20
Bagworm600AllAllFalls out of shaken trees0
Ant80All AllOn rotten food like rotten turnips on the floor0
Hermit Crab1000All 7PM-8AMLooks like a shell but runs away when you get close0
Wharf Roach200AllAllOn rocks on the beach0
Fly60All AllBuzzing around "trash items" like tires if you leave them on the ground.0
Mosquito130June, July, August, September5PM-4AMFlying around0
Flea70All except January, February, March, DecemberAllBouncing on certain villager's heads0
Snail250AllAllOn rocks when it's raining0
Pill Bug250All except July, August11PM-4PMCrawls from under rocks when you hit them0
Centipede300All except July, August4PM-11PMCrawls from under rocks when you hit them0
Spider480All7PM-8AMShake trees at night0
Tarantula8000January, February, March, April, November, December7PM-4AMScurrying around the floor at night - attacks you0
Scorpion8000May, June, July, August, September, October, 7PM-4AMScurrying around the floor at night - attacks you0

Below are some smaller tables of which bugs are available every month in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, so you have a better idea of what’s available right now.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in January

The start of the year is still winter, and features a few bugs you can only see in this season.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons January Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Moth7PM-4AM130
WaspAll2500
DamselflyAll500
Mole CricketAll500
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Dung BeetleAll3000
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
Snail All250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in February

Like the previous month, February features some specifically cold-weather critters.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons February Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Moth7PM-4PM130
WaspAll2500
DamselflyAll500
Mole CricketAll500
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Dung BeetleAll3000
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
Snail All250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000
Tiger BeetleAll1500

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in March

As the weather starts to change for March, we lose some bugs but gain new varieties to take their place.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons March Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Peacock Butterfly4AM-7PM2500
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
Honeybee8AM-5PM200
WaspAll2500
Mole CricketAll500
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in April

It’s spring in April, so you’ll start to see different types of bugs with the new growth.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons April Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Peacock Butterfly4AM-7PM2500
Common Bluebottle4AM-7PM300
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
Honeybee8AM-5PM200
WaspAll2500
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Ladybug8AM-5PM200
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Jewel BeetleAll2400
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
BagwormAll 600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in May

May is another transitional month, but still features a good selection of insects to sell.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons May Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Peacock Butterfly4AM-7PM2500
Common Bluebottle4AM-7PM300
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Great Purple Emperor4AM-7PM3000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing8AM-4PM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
Honeybee8AM-5PM200
WaspAll2500
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM4500
Mole CricketAll500
Pondskater8AM-7PM130
Diving Beetle8AM-7PM800
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Ladybug8AM-5PM200
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Jewel Bettle All2400
Violin BeetleAll450
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Rosalia Batesi BeetleAll3000
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in June

As summer starts to kick off in June, we see a unique bug: the firefly.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons June Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Peacock Butterfly4AM-7PM2500
Common Bluebottle4AM-7PM300
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Great Purple Emperor4AM-7PM3000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing8AM-4PM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
Honeybee8AM-5PM200
WaspAll2500
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM4500
Firefly7PM-4AM300
Pondskater8AM-7PM130
Diving Beetle8AM-7PM800
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Ladybug8AM-5PM200
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Jewel BettleAll2400
Violin BeetleAll450
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Rosalia Batesi BeetleAll3000
Drone BeetleAll200
Goliath Beetle5PM-8AM8000
Rainbow Stag7PM-8AM6000
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
Mosquito5PM-4AM130
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4AM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in July

From July, you will hopefully start to see expensive and exotic beetles on beach palm trees.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons July Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Common Bluebottle4AM-7PM300
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Great Purple Emperor4AM-7PM3000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing8AM-4PM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Grasshopper8AM-5PM160
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
Honeybee8AM-5PM200
WaspAll2500
Brown Cicada8AM-5PM250
Robust Cicada8AM-5PM300
Giant Cicada8AM-5PM500
Evening Cicada8AM-5PM550
Cicada Shell8AM-5PM10
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM4500
Pondskater8AM-7PM130
Diving Beetle8AM-7PM800
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Jewel BettleAll2400
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Rosalia Batesi BeetleAll3000
Blue Weevil BeetleAll800
Earth-boring Dung BeetleAll300
Scarab Beetle11PM-8AM10000
Drone BeetleAll200
Goliath Beetle5PM-8AM8000
Saw StagAll2000
Miyama StagAll1000
Giant Stag11PM-8AM10000
Rainbow Stag7PM-8AM6000
Cyclommatus Stag5PM-8AM8000
Golden Stag5PM-8AM12000
Giraffe Stag5PM-8AM12000
Horned Dynastid5PM-8AM1350
Horned Atlas5PM-8AM8000
Horned Elephant5PM-8AM8000
Horned Hercules5PM-8AM12000
Walking Stick4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM600
Walking LeafAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
Mosquito5PM-4AM
130
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Spider7PM-8AM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in August

Beetle-mania continues in August, so make the most of it!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons August Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Common Bluebottle4AM-7PM300
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Great Purple Emperor4AM-7PM3000
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing8AM-4PM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Grasshopper8AM-5PM160
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
WaspAll2500
Brown Cicada8AM-5PM250
Robust Cicada8AM-5PM300
Giant Cicada8AM-5PM500
Evening Cicada8AM-5PM550
Cicada Shell8AM-5PM10
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM4500
Pondskater8AM-7PM130
Diving Beetle8AM-7PM800
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Tiger BeetleAll1500
Jewel BettleAll2400
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Rosalia Batesi BeetleAll3000
Blue Weevil BeetleAll800
Earth-boring Dung BeetleAll300
Scarab Beetle11PM-8AM10000
Drone BeetleAll200
Goliath Beetle5PM-8AM8000
Saw StagAll2000
Miyama StagAll1000
Giant Stag11PM-8AM10000
Rainbow Stag7PM-8AM6000
Cyclommatus Stag5PM-8AM8000
Golden Stag5PM-8AM12000
Giraffe Stag5PM-8AM12000
Horned Dynastid5PM-8AM1350
Horned Atlas5PM-8AM8000
Horned Elephant5PM-8AM8000
Horned Hercules5PM-8AM12000
Walking Stick4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM600
Walking LeafAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
Mosquito5PM-4AM
130
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Spider7PM-8AM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000
Migratory Locust8AM-7PM600
Rice Grasshopper8AM-7PM400
Walker Cicada8AM-5PM400
BagwormAll600

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in September

The transitional month of September still has a good variety of bugs to collect.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons September Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Tiger Butterfly4AM-7PM240
Monarch ButterflyN/A140
Emperor Butterfly5PM-8AM4000
Agrias Butterfly8AM-5PM3000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing 8AM-4PM4000
Moth7PM-4AM130
Atlas Moth7PM-4AM3000
Madagascan Sunset Moth8AM-4PM2500
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Migratory Locust8AM-7PM600
Rice Grasshopper8AM-7PM400
Grasshopper8AM-5PM160
Cricket5PM-8AM130
Bell Cricket5PM-8AM430
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
WaspAll2500
Walker Cicada8AM-5PM400
Red Dragonfly8AM-7PM180
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM
230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM
4500
Pondskater8AM-7PM130
Diving Beetle8AM-7PM800
Giant Water Bug7PM-8AM2000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink Bug7PM-8AM1000
Violin Beetle All450
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Rosalia Batesi BeetleAll3000
Earth-boring Dung BeetleAll300
Goliath Beetle5PM-8AM8000
Rainbow Stag7PM-8AM6000
Walking Stick4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM600
Walking LeafAll600
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
Fly All60
Mosquito5PM-4AM130
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in October

As winter starts to close in again from October, we lose a lot of the pricier bugs from the summer – but there are still some good ones to find.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons October Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Yellow Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Monarch ButterflyN/A140
MothAll130
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Migratory Locust8AM-7PM600
Rice Grasshopper8AM-7PM400
Cricket5PM-8AM130
Bell Cricket5PM-8AM430
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
WaspAll2500
Red Dragonfly8AM-7PM180
Darner Dragonfly8AM-5PM230
Banded Dragonfly8AM-5PM4500
Ladybug8AM-5PM200
Violin BeetleAll450
Walking Stick4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM600
Scorpion7PM-4AM8000
StinkbugAll120
Man-faced Stink bug7PM-8AM1000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in November

November sees some bugs from earlier in the year start to return, so it’s a good time to round out your collection.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons November Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Monarch ButterflyN/A140
Moth7PM-4AM130
Long Locust8AM-7PM200
Migratory Locust8AM-7PM600
Rice Grasshopper8AM-7PM400
Cricket5PM-8AM130
Mantis8AM-5PM430
Orchid Mantis8AM-5PM2400
WaspAll2500
DamselflyAll500
Mole CricketAll500
Violin BeetleAll450
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Walking Stick4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM600
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
FleaAll70
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bugs in December

In December, some critters from the start of the year make their way back into the game. Take your chance this time!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons December Bugs
Name:Active Hours:Bug Price:
Common Butterfly4AM-7PM160
Paper Kite Butterfly8AM-7PM1000
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing8AM-5PM2500
Moth7PM-4AM130
WaspAll2500
DamselflyAll500
Mole CricketAll500
Citrus Long-horned BeetleAll350
Dung BeetleAll3000
BagwormAll600
AntAll80
Hermit Crab7PM-8AM1000
Wharf RoachAll200
FlyAll60
SnailAll250
Pill Bug11PM-4PM250
Centipede4PM-11PM300
Spider7PM-8AM600
Tarantula7PM-4AM8000

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